Paul Berenson


After learning to paint at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston I moved back to Santa Barbara where I REALLY learned to use the bright colors of the southern sun. I painted a lot of flower gardens, scenes of the city, oddly colored trees, and much more from nature. Santa Barbara is where I really became a master of color by applying the color theory I learned to the kaleidescope of colors presented by nature. These are only a few of the paintings and you should also check out my Flower Garden Gallery of brightly colored, mostly Santa Barbara Gardens. Vincent van Gogh said to " a single blade of grass", so I also painted a lot of single flowers in my Flower Gallery, along with unusual trees and more. Each thumbnail here clicks through to pictures. You can email me at

Flower Garden | Brasil | Mt. Shasta | Santa Barbara | Las Vegas | Flower | Beautiful America | Samba | Hawaii | Roses | Irises | Dance | Sports | Nebraska Football | Classical Figures | Portraits | Classics | Big Fluff (Himalayan Cat) | Skip Spence | Rock 'n Roll | Wagner's Ring | Nudes | Presidents | UCLA Basketball